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-- www.vitac.com >>> this morning on "early today," the growing fallout. england's phone hacking scandal claims the country's top cop. and rupert murdoch's former chief executive. >>> horror in ottawa. severe weather causes a stage to collapse at a music festival in canada. >>> and the agony of defeat. japan stuns the u.s. in a riveting women's world cup japan stuns the u.s. in a riveting women's world cup final. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning. i'm lynn berry. and today we begin with the domino effect. the casualties from england's newspaper phone hacking scandal keep piling up, as england's top-ranking police officer abruptly resigned, and one of rupert murdoch's most trusted executives was arrested and questioned by police for 12 hours. nbc's stephanie gosk has details. >> reporter: london police chief resigned under intense pressure after it emerged that scotland yard hired a former "news of the world" editor as a media consultant in 2009. the same year investigators decided not to further pursue the phone hacking case. the former editor, neil
assaults very was prime minister of england for some years at the turn-of-the-century and had 10 grandson's, five of them were killed in the war and one of them, george, is a character in the book. a tremendous toll among the political and military leaders, prime minister of england lost a son. so did his counterpart counterpart, chancellor of germany. the man in the middle of this picture, sir herbert lawrence who is chief of staff on the western front lost two sons and his counterpart lost three sons. so part of what i wanted to explore in the book is the mentality of how could these generals and prime ministers year after year send in their own sense into battle and their own sons charging out of tranches into the face of machine-gun fire. and into a hail of fire that lasted week after week and month after month and year after year for 4.5 years? that was something i wanted to explore. the very insanity of the war may be equally interested in another type of person. those people that existed on both sides with all of the warring countries of to recognize from the beginning that the war
to england, the line that they gave this was that the north is fighting for empire and the south is fighting for freedom. the horrible, horrible tragedy is that britain took that line and believed it. and the north did not help its cause, particularly with the draft fight in 1863 in new york city where hundreds of african- americans were murdered by an irish-led mob. europe said that the north were hypocrites. it treats its free black citizens disgustingly. so why should we support the north over the south. propagandists but that and said not only are the no. hypocrite, but the south is very paternal with slavery. we will deal with slavery in our own time. support us now and then we will do with slavery leader. tavis: freedom from what? the south is arguing to britain that this is about freedom. what kind of freedom? >> the 7 line is that they were fighting for the right to -- the southern line was that they were fighting for the right for self- determination. the 1860's was a time of upheaval and it follows several revolutions in europe. when the south said we want to be free of northern co
>>> the growing fallout. england's phone-hacking scandal claims the top cop and rupert murdoch's chief executive. >>> severe weather causes a stage to collapse at a music festival in canada new and the agony of defeat. japan stuns the u.s. in a riveting women's world cup final. >>> good morning, i'm lynn berry. those stories and more are straight ahead. this is "first look" on msnbc. >>> we begin this morning with the domino effect. the casualties from england's newspaper phone-hacking scandal keep piling up as england's top-ranking police officer abruptly resigned and one of rupert murdoch's most trusted executives was arrested and questioned by police for 12 hours. nbc's stephanie gosk has details. >> reporter: london's police chief resigned under intense pressure after it emerged scotland yard hired a former news much the world editor as media consultant. the same year investigators decided not to pursue the phone hacking case. neil wallace was arrested last week in connection with the scandal. >> i have heard suggestions we must are suspected the alleged involvement of mr.
it was rainy in philadelphia, southern new england had rain, boston had rain. those areas were much cooler. today you'll warm it up again, but it won't be humid. we'll have drier air moving in. showers and thunderstorms on the front in south carolina this morning and they'll pop up in the gulf. and later today, i think if we're going to have a problem area, this is kind of a change in the forecast. we have a chance of tornadoes today, not a widespread area, but in south dakota and north dakota, approaching fargo late tonight, we could have a few tornadoes. the areas in yellow, including minneapolis and sioux falls, you could be watching strong, damaging winds with some of the stronger thunderstorms. the northern plains we'll watch for strong thunderstorms. the middle of the country is where the heat continues. the southeast, you have showers and storms, dry, but warm air from d.c. all the way up to new york city. boston, i think late today, especially areas over vermont and new england, you'll have a chance of showers and storms, so carry the umbrella and you could see heavy downpours. and
and forth put my troubles in perspective. i think that would be -- >> have no fear england's here to make you feel ♪ a ittle etter ♪. >> jon: what, what just happened to your con son ants. >> we took them hem when we're elping eople. >> jon: that's charming. i think are you in own your head, quite frankly. we have real trouble in this country. >> right, jon, what would england know about a dying empire with rotting institutions. well, let me present you with exhibit a, jon, this is the british tabloid news of the world. 168 years old and at their peak they sold 8 million copies a week. and remember, that's in a nation whose population is only 5 million people. >> jon: actually england i don't think that -- >> that's not the point, jon. the point is as of yesterday it's owner rupert murdoch himself 166 years old, shut it down in disgrace. >> jon: i actually don't think murdoch is -- >> again, that's not the point. >> jon: all right (laughter) >> the point is, do you know how hard it is to disgrace a british tabloid, jon? the news of the world are the people who hired a priv
. not because i'm opposed to england or the west. it's a distortion. it's been one that's taught in a lot of the discourse that really beginning with carl marx that sees england as the model for modernization. england's present is everybody's future. this is what carl marx said. what you realize when you something about the history of england, it is a very peculiar country in a number of ways that i will explain. to expect other countries to replicate i think is highly unrealistic. and, in fact, in my view, it was china, not the -- china did not establish the first state. that happened in a lot of places in egypt and mesopotamia. the chinese established the first modern state. not counting on your cousins and friends, but based on civil service, e rational bureaucracy, centralized administration. and they did this in the third century b.c. it's a historical achievement that i think a lot of people have not adequately recognized. and so instead of starting with england or, you know, greece and rome and then going through the magna carta and the rise of the democracy in england, start with
to those already taking place in england. speaking today in australia, u.s. attorney general eric holder confirmed the fbi is investigating allegations murdoch's news corp tried to hack into the phones of 9/11 victims. those and other accusations of phone hacking and bribing police for information led murdoch to shut down his london-based "news of the world" tabloid. lawmakers were forced toish you a summons to murdoch and his son james after the pair refused to appear before parliament to answer questions. both quickly complied. the ones fearless father and son, their reign may be waning. meanwhile murdoch's own tv network in england just reported news international ceo rebekah brooks has resigned. >>> controversy continues to swirl around the military's don't ask don't tell poll seeshlgs banning openly gay service members. despite congress voting to end the 17-year-old policy last year. yesterday the obama administration asked a federal appeals court to reconsider an order it made last week for an immediate end to don't ask don't tell. the court ruled since the process of repealing the
for a year, would that get you to buy a gm? >>> and the hacking investigation in england continues to grow. now, former employees are arrested by police. >>> we have a winning toilet paper wedding dress, coming up. >>> tobacco is going up in prices. it follows the price increase from the tobacco company that hiked the menthols up to 11 cents a pack. >>> if you buy a gm, you can get a year's worth of car insurance free. maryland isn't one of the states where it's happening. it's in oregon and washington. after the year is up, gm owners can renew the policy or go elsewhere. they hope the move will help them boost sells. >>> the phone tapping in england shutdown the paper. the investigation is getting bigger and dragging down those in politics. you wouldn't believe it unless you saw it. it's an elephant with an artificial leg. unbelievable. >>> we have a line of storms moving out of baltimore and pushing into annapolis and the eastern shore. we're talk about the current set of warnings and the weekend forecast. ♪ [ female announcer ] everybody loves that cushiony feeling. uh oh. i gotta go.
hacking scandal are growing. an american probe has been launched in addition those taking place in england speaking in australia, u.s. attorney general eric holder confirmed the fbi is invest gayling allegations news corp tried to hack into the phones of 9/11 victims. those and other accusations driving police for information led murdoch to shut down his news of the world tabloid earlier this week. meanwhile lawmakers in london were forced to issue a summons to murdoch and his son after they refused to answer questions in the inquiry into the scandal. aside from the son that their reign on influence in england may be waning. controversy continues to swirl around the don't ask don't tell tell us banning openly gay members from serving. despite congress voting to end the 17-year-old policy last year. yesterday the obama administration asked an appeals court to reconsider an order it made for an immediate end to don't ask don't tell. the court ruled since the process of repealing was under way, there was no reason to continue enforcing it. the justice department is arguing ending the ban now
quarter ninas, england taking on france, 58th minute. england on the attack. jill scott, what a beautiful shot in outside. go ahead and count that baby. 1-0 england. we jump to the 87th minute. the ball falls to elise. we have a tied match right here after extra time we go to penalty kicks with france up 4-3. england needs to make the kick to keep pace. no hits across the crossbar, france moves on to the semifinals. a lot going on, don't forget, a little bit coming up. more on sports in ane hour. we go to break, when we come back, diane will have the rest of the news. h >>> in san francisco today, some folks gathered to celebrate a first for the asian community. the chinatown ymca celebrated its 100th anniversary today. back in 1911, it was the first american ymca to serve the asian population. in just the past year, the y in chinatown opened up a teen center and a swimming pool as well. they all celebrated today. >>> so we're going to have weather tomorrow? >> pretty good, cool, we have
in addition those taking place in england. speaking in australia, u.s. attorney general eric holder confirmed the fbi is investigating allegations murdoch's news corp tried to hack into the phones of 9/11 victims. those and other accusations of bribing police for information led murdoch to shut down his "news of the world" tabloid earlier this week. meanwhile lawmakers in london were forced to issue a summons to murdoch and his son james after the pair refused to appear before parliament to answer questions in its inquiry into the scandal. both quickly complied, a sign from the once fearless father and son that their reign of unchecked influence in england may be waning. this morning news international ceo rebekah brooks, a murdoch favorite, one-time editor of "news of the world" has resigned. >>> continued controversy swirls around the military's don't ask, don't tell policy banning openly gay service members despite congress voting to end the 17-year-old policy last year. yesterday the obama administration asked an appeals court to reconsider an order it made for an immediate end to don't a
of england, a look at the royal couple's visit to california today. >>> plus, the cause that thousands of people are willing to walk 39 miles for this weekend throughout the bay area also. >>> it's very difficult when you're shooting not to spend about 70% of your time blowing takes because you're laughing so hard. >>> kevin spacey and jennifer aniston talk about the new comedy that opened up this weekend. >>> prince william and his wife catherine are on day two of their visit to california. they made a grand entrance on the red carpet before greeting some of hollywood's royalty. >> catherine and i have had a busy few days. but the prospect of letting loose this afternoon with a polo match. >> guests wanting to dine with william and catherine had to pay $4,000 a plate. tonight they head to a black tie events in l.a. hosted by the british film industry. >>> the ninth annual avon walk for breast cancer drew thousands of people in san francisco today. people walked through san francisco, sausalito and mill valley. crazy costumes there in order to raise funds for breast cancer organization
of the aristocratic vessel family. the patriarch of that family, lord salisbury, was prime minister of england for some years at the turn of the century. he had 10 grandsons. five of them were killed in the war. and one of them, george sasso, is a character in this book. a german does toll among the children of clinical and military leaders. prime minister herbert asquith of england lost a son. so did his counterpart, chancellor of germany, the bettman hold the. the man in the middle of this picture, general sir herbert lawrence who was chief of staff of the british army on the western front, lost two sons. his counterpart in the french army, general know well but has to, lost three sons. so part of what i wanted to explore in this book was the mentality of such men. how could these generals, these prime ministers, these cabinet ministers, year after year, send their own sons into battle, their own sons charging out of trenches into the face of machine gun fire? and into a hail of fire that lasted a week after week, month after month, year after year for four and a half years. so that was some
and kentucky for the rain today. we should be dry in most of new england. now, as far as the heat goes, we're still very hot throughout much of the country. we don't have a lot of cold weather out there. it's definitely lake, beach or pool weather if you can get there today or maybe in the shade at the park. if the sun is out it's going to be hot in your location. anywhere in the red is where it's going to be at least 90 degrees today. that covers at least half the country. the only areas that are really cool is the pacific northwest in the 70s. san francisco, you're near the water, that's why you're 72 today. new york city near 90. same with d.c. also a tad humid in those cities. chicago is probably going to see one of the better days around the country. 83 and should be clear for the fireworks tonight. that's just ideal. right now the only trouble spot wet weatherwise, southern illinois we have some wet weather. later today could have strong storms from rapid city to sioux falls to fargo. i don't think it's going to be too bad. just some damaging winds with those storms late today. here'
. they would have none of the sensibilities of having been subjects to the king of england and they were the inheritors of the revolution and so i followed their lives and i really stopped when i figured that they were no longer the dominant force in public life. and that's--that's about the end, the late '20s, early '30s. c-span: where did you find the material? >> guest: everywhere actually. i, first of all, just began to collect information about individuals. i knew i wanted to build it up through lives and so wherever--there were dictionaries, there were, you know, a list of west point graduates. there were the, you know, pioneer ministers of the disciples of christ. wherever i could find information about individuals, i gathered it. and then i discovered that about 300--oh, about 350, 360 of these people in this cohort had written autobiographies and that was a wonderful resource. so i s--set about reading those autobiographies. c-span: define the word 'cohort.' >> guest: cohort is--well, you know, it's a military term. it--it means that people who have--a band of people who have a
. prime minister herbert as withof england lost a son. so did his counterpart, chancellor of germany thee bold hold vision. the man in the middle in this picture, general lawrence who was chief of staff of the british army on the western front, lost two sons. his counterpart in the french army, general decat tell, lost three sons. so part of what i wanted to explore in this book was the mentality of such men. how could these generals, these prime ministers, these cabinet ministers year after year send their own sons into battle, their own sons charging out of trenches into the face of machine gunfire? and into a hail of fire that lasted week after week, month after month, year after year for four-and-a-half years? >> so that was something that i really wanted to explore in the book. now, the very insanity of this war made me callly interested -- equally interested in another type of person. those people, and they existed on both sides in all of the warring countries, who recognized for the beginning that this war was madness, that it was not worth fighting. people like eugene v.debbs, for
rupert murdoch put 200 out of work. england's biggest selling sunday newspaper for good. the paper lost advertisers after it hacked the voice mails of thousands from child murder victims to the families of england's war dead. the scandal has also frozen murdoch's attempt to take over a profitable pay channel. it's now thought murdoch will run a sister tabloid, the sun, on sundays. >>> a 1995 no state had obesity rate above 20%. today all the states do except for colorado which stands at 19.8%. mississippi is the heaviest state with an adult obesity rate of 34.4%. and four years ago only one state had an adult obesity rate above 0%. today a dozen states top that 30% mark. for more information on this and other health stories head to the web. check out the health page online at msnbc.com. >>> cleveland is clutch and the comeback cubs. plus the latest on yankee captain derek jeter's march toward 3,000 hits. your first look at sports is straight ahead. etables make you feel good? etables oh, yeah. v8 juice gives you 3 of your 5 daily servings of vegetables. v8. what's your number? the motor
of the new england patriots at they hope they give a listen to the people in washington because the debt crisis is a lot easier to fix then this deal was. as we put this program to gather at week's end, we are faced with the same problem we had last week -- we do not know how this will end, so let's stop -- let's talk about what has happened. what will happen if congress fails to raise the debt ceiling? >> interest rates would skyrocket on credit cards, on mortgages, and on car loans, which amounts to a huge tax hike on the american people. >> the president has often said we need a balanced approach which in washington means we spend more and you pay more. >> the house speaker will fall of the president's prime time tv address with one of his own -- he has been traveling -- having trouble with his own people, so much so that he was forced to postpone a vote on his debt reduction plan. charles, you write that trying to force this issue, turning a blocking minority into a government authority is not just unconstitutional in spirit but self-destructive practice. what is your message to that
. that was definitely the honey for my bee. >> this is fantastic for england and all the talent that's here tonight. >> by far the most glamorous of their visit. up and coming british talent are introduced to hollywood's movers and shakers. >> when american and british creative talent gets together, magic happens. let's continue the winning formula. >> reporter: earlier saturday, the couple were helicoptered into santa barbara, where the prince showed off his riding chops against an american team that raised money for his family's charities. celebrity chef giana delau delauerentis created a $4,000 a plate lunch. kate hasn't made any public remarks, that could change sunday when she makes two more appearances in l.a. back here live in downtown los angeles where the event is just wrapping up. we have julie chen and her super famous husband, i can't remember his name right now, the cbs guy. >> i wish i could help you out. >> i can't remember his name. less moonbiz. we have so many other people coming out right now, this is fun. the duke and duchess came out about four minutes ago now. tomorrow is thei
in dallas, 91 in kansas city. we're not bad. minneapolis, great lakes, ohio valley, new england, should be good. d.c. is going to be hot and humid, though, at 92 for you. as far as the wet weather goes, we had about two inches of rain yesterday in st. louis. now those thunderstorms are a little further to the south that have developed. so southern illinois will get a little bit of that wet weather. so as far as the forecast for your fourth of july goes, we'll have an isolated scattered shower or storms, even in the desert southwest. as far as the wet weather, the worst of it, i think, north carolina, virginia, has the best chance of seeing a possible washout or delay to your fireworks later on tonight. most other locations you should be just fine. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. chance of showers and storms as i mentioned in st. louis. i think it would be early in the day. later this afternoon, i think st. louis will be better than yesterday. while alabama, mississippi, a pop-up shower or storm. but those should be long gone by the time the fireworks fly. and a lot
is no longer a member of your team. they disgrunted the player back to new england. they forked up a record $41 million of guaranteed money for haynesworth in 2009, but as we all know by now, he clashed with the coach mike shanahan and had to be deactivated for eight games last season. good luck with him, new england. >> i remember seeing him a couple years ago. i mean, that's a freakish time, man. he was in a big position. >> i had a chance to play in the pro-bowl with him. i think he's a great athlete. >> big is the right word for haynesworth anyway. well the redskins also cut a pair of veteran linemans today. he was a star player, but plagued with knee and bicep injuries. >> well still to come, it's a difficult video to watch. a boy struggling down there at the end of the pool and then he goes down. we'll have the emotional and unfortunately happy ending from this hero's story. >>> but first, amy winehouse story is speaking out about her death. what they think killed her. that's up next. ♪ [ rock ] [ chattering ] [ man on tv ] 96309. [ man ] ♪ she got it, you got it ♪ i got it, we got
. but it's peaking with the humidity in the midatlantic, up into new england, and it won't be probably until saturday night or sunday when the next cold front will come through and cool off new england. so the worst of it, everywhere in orange is under an excessive heat warning. that's where you check on the elderly, the kids, you don't want to spend a lot of time outside today. kansas city, st. louis, all of indiana, all of iowa, and most of michigan, too, all of kentucky, and right along the midatlantic. from everywhere from about north carolina right up i-95 into boston we're under those heat warnings. as you walk outside this morning, you'll notice the temperatures are very warm. typically most locations go below 80 degrees at night. we're at 82 in chicago. we're at 81 in washington, d.c., and look at our friends in dallas at 85 to start your morning. this map shows you the humidity. the darker the green, the more humid you are and the more uncomfortable it will be. these are the dew points. when you get something like 76 in d.c., that's a very humid air mass. that's more humid tha
will be in the hook. you get one day of a little bit of a break in new england and then your heat and humidity will soar into tomorrow and also the northern plains. i think we're looking at still d.c. still has a chance of three days in a row of 100 degrees. very rare event about to happen. >> bill, thanks. >>> apple dominates, big bluees. your first look at business headlines is straight ahead. >>> a comedy of errors and what in the world has gotten into the pirates? you're watching "first look" on msnbc. my contacts are so annoying. i can't wait to take 'em out. [ male announcer ] know the feeling? try acuvue® oasys brand contact lenses with hydraclear® plus for exceptional comfort. it feels like it disappeared on my eye! [ male announcer ] discover why it's the brand eye doctors trust most for comfort. acuvue® oasys brand. trust most for comfort. ...was it something big? ...or something small? ...something old? ...or something new? ...or maybe, just maybe... it's something you haven't seen yet. the 2nd generation of intel core processors. stunning visuals, intelligent performance. this i
for england's new royal couple has taken prince william and wife catherine to quebec. they were greeted by fans, while anti-monarchist protesters were kept at a distance. later the couple visited a shelter for troubled youths. >>> in michigan, an inmate says he's being subjected to cruel and unusual punishment because he can't have pornography. in a handwritten lawsuit the 21-year-old, who's been charged with a bank robbery, claims his civil rights are being violated, saying denying his request for erotic material subjects him to a, quote, poor standard of living. >>> and just in time for july, we're learning that many americans aren't quite sure of their independence day facts. a new poll shows only 58% of respondents knew the u.s. declared its independence in 1776. >>> and now here's an early look at one of your top headlines on msnbc.com. by one estimate between memorial day and labor day americans will consume 7 billion hot dogs. generally hot dogs are processed meat high in sodium, saturated fat and nitrites, which can cause cancer. it is recommended to eat those that are low are i
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been traded. a person familiar with that deal says haynesworth will join the new england patriots. however, the redskins and patriots have not formally announced the trade. dave is live in ashburn with more information. dave. >> reporter: you know, no surprises here. just a lot of relief. mike shanahan needed to do two things to make sure the drama from last year didn't bleed over in in season. one trade ton van mcnabb. he got that done. two, get rid of albert haynesworth. that happened this morning, they shipped him off to new england in ex chain for a draft pick in 2013. new england head coach said his team was in the process of acquiring the defensive lineman. a nightmare episode, record contract in 2009, later that season haynesworth started to complain about former defensive coordinator greg, then in 2010, the infamous conditioning test. that followed up with off-field legal problems and the stubborn standoff with coach shanahan. we talked to a lot of redskins players around here, and they say while they respect number 92, they didn't want the soap opera again this season. >>
with england beating new zealand. it was new zealand that got on the scorereboarfirst with a super effort. it took an hour until england even up the score. 10 minutes before time, just the court sealed the deal for england. new zealand has no chance of reaching the second round. tennis news nowow. the defending champion spaniard nadal will face the s serb in e wimbledon final. murray was defeated in four sets. nadal eventually crushed him. jolavi -- jokavich has won 41 matches so far this year. the most royal -- the most eligible royal bachelor is tied the knot. prince albert married a south african, a former swimming champion. they exchangeged vows in a throe room surrounded by friends and family. on the palace balcony, they waved to the assembled crowd and exchanged a royal yes. about 8000 people were invited to the rereceptn afterwards. ay tunedd for "in depth," coming up next. >> welcome back. taking over the rotating presidency of the un security council. in addition to the pressing world issues onhe table, berlin will have to smooth some ruffled feathers. many members were unhappy
this morning in new york city northwards up through new england, have the umbrella with you. also pittsburgh, buffalo, and southeast, too, will be dodging the thunderstorms later on today. we'll give you the full weekend forecast later. >>> bill, thank you. >>> stocks sag on the debt debate. high pump prices boost profit, and a new way to get your pet to mellow out. your first look at this morning's business headlines is straight ahead. >>> coming up, carlos beltran, giants debut, the feel good moment of the week, and hey, ladies. the pacers have found a way to make tom brady look even better. you're watching first look on msnbc. i'm always looking out for small ways to be more healthy. like new splenda® essentials™ no calorie sweeteners. this bowl of strawberries is loaded with vitamin c. and now, b vitamins to boot. coffee doesn't have fiber. unless you want it to. get more with new splenda® essentials™, a small boost of fiber, or antioxidants, or b vitamins in every packet. same great taste with an added "way to go, me" feeling. new splenda® essentials™. get more out of what you
england will be cooler. enjoy one more beautiful day for you. now we finally cool things off in montana. even phoenix today, 113. let me take you through your fourth of july forecast. today, the green shows with youer you where we will be dealing with rain. most areas will be dry today. by the time we get to saturday, not a lot of showers or storms. i don't think anyone will get washed out of their weekend plans, that includes in the northern plains with afternoon storms. maybe isolated storms on sunday, especially in massachusetts and connecticut. down in the southeast and florida, a chance of storms. the day we'll see the greatest concentration of storms, unfortunately, is the fourth of july, on monday. that's where, especially tennessee and northern portions of georgia we could see good, large thunderstorms. so, mother nature with some of her own fireworks come monday evening. usually the fireworks displays are later. hopefully we'll get them in. good weather for the fourth, come on, bill. >>> stocks surge and the ultimate cage of atm envy. your first look at the business headlines a
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